The generally accepted definition of sterility (infertility) is when a couple does not fall pregnant after a period of 12 months despite having regular intercourse. In some cases, it is recommended to begin early with diagnostics and treatment, especially when factors related to sterility have been identified or are suspected. These include menstrual cycle disorders, previous inflammation in the genital area, or surgery. Also, women aged 38 and older should undergo earlier assessment if they are unable to fall pregnant.

If any of these factors are identified, often a simple course of diagnostics and cautious treatment can be a great help in falling pregnant.

It is up to you to decide which treatment to use to achieve your objective and how we can help you with this. Our role is to use our years of experience to help you find the treatment approach that is best suited to your needs. However, it should be remembered that the treatment must be reasonable and likely to lead to success, especially in cases where the health insurance providers and thus all other insured persons are involved in covering the cost of treatment.

We will provide you with recommendations and a treatment cost estimate and explain the pros and cons of each type of treatment – you make the final decision on which treatment is right for you!